If you stopped reading The Washington Post when the newspaper declared war on your AdBlock earlier this month, Bezos and Zuckerberg might have just found a way to draw you back into the fold: Today, the Post announced that it’ll begin publishing 100% of its stories as Facebook Instant Articles .
Three years ago, specifically on April 2010, Pandora launched a program that is capable of sharing people’s listening habits via Facebook. In response, residents of Michigan filed suit against the service (on the 20th of September 2010), claiming that the music service is violating Michigan’s Video Rental Privacy Act, as well as Michigan’s Consumer Act.
Sharing content through Facebook is easy as pie, but there’s more to it than just photos and YouTube links. Pipe and Dropify, two web applications dedicated to online social interaction, are about to change the way we “facebook”. Pipe is a yet to be released application that will allow Facebook users to share/send files (music, video
No less than a month ago Facebook launched Groups for Schools; now they’ve enabled file-sharing for all groups. The number one social network (Facebook) is now offering the ability to send files to all groups. This update will become available to everyone the following days. If you can’t access this feature yet, Facebook wants you
Facebook has recently launched a collaborative campus tool called “Groups for Schools”. At the moment only U.S. colleges and universities (soon to include worldwide institutions) can create groups related to their activities (dorms, classes, student events). Back in Facebook’s early years Mark Zuckerberg attempted to launch a file-sharing service called Wirehog, and failed, but did